Over 8 million doors in houses all over the world, and inside emblematic Italian buildings, such as Teatro alla Scala and the Bosco Verticale in Milan. 45 years of history, an in-house production facility of 52,000 square meters, and over 10,000 of warehouse space. Production capacity: 1000 doors per day.
These are the stats of Effebiquattro Milano, a company specialized in the production of doors for interiors, with its headquarters in Brianza. Now the brand is presenting the Indoor project, with four lines – Aria, Arreda, Abito and Ad-Hoc – offering solutions for contemporary, functional interiors, smart and refined ideas to organize and personalize the home, expanding and subdividing various spaces.
Starting with Aria, the collection of panels in glass and aluminium that permits an infinite number of combinations, including fixed and mobile partitions, where the sliding units overlap with the fixed ones. Next comes Arreda, the paneling system to cover any wall with the warmth of wood. Abito is a line of wall wardrobes, while Ad-Hoc offers a modular system for the inside of wardrobes, with opaque or glass shelves, large, small or narrow drawers, and solutions for trousers and footwear.
Sustainable products, in keeping with the company’s DNA, made with wood from certified forests, recyclable raw materials, water-base coatings and packing that uses recycled cardboard.